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15 - 18 June 2020

Fertility Preservation

Overview & Introduction

Melanie Davies, Chair

As cancer treatments continue to improve, the prospect of long-term survival and cure is becoming ever more a reality. Infertility is the commonest long-term adverse effect of cancer treatment. Consequently fertility preservation in cancer survivors is becoming an increasingly important aspect of our daily clinical practice. This study day will address this important area crossing the boundaries between the various disciplines involved, with talks from Clinicians, Nurses and Scientists both in the fields of Reproductive Medicine and Oncology. The course will cover the effect of cancer treatment on fertility, approaches for male and female fertility preservation, as well as the ins and outs of setting up and managing an effective fertility preservation programme.

Session Speaker
The decision making process for women considering fertility preservation Georgina Jones
Late effects of cancer treatment: early menopause and the use of HRT Melanie Davies
Clinical experience of a fertility preservation service- analysis of outcomes Stuart Lavery
Uterine transplantation Ben Jones
Ovarian stimulation for oocyte cryopreservation. Yuliya Kopeika
Ovarian tissue preservation Sheila Lane
Oocyte cryopreservation Gillian Lockwood
The effect of cancer treatment on female fertility and an overview of female fertility preservation Richard Anderson
The effect of cancer treatment on male fertility and sperm banking Mathew Tomlinson
Cancer in young people, long term outcomes Vicky Grandage
Laparoscopic Ovarian Transposition & Oophoropexy for fertility preservation Ertan Saridogan